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Music Genre: Dubstep,Hip Hop,Trap

Come surrender yourself to the bass! Journey through a mystical forest at Slingshot Bar Gallery in Fortitude Valley. 

Hip Hop, Trap and Dubstep music to see the passing of the winter solstice and bring in good vibes for the new semester.

Free entry and all welcome! Costumes are encouraged (but not mandatory)

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